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have want a winner. look at president obama. he was grown in a lab. the first politician to come from a 3d printer. the perfect progressive candidate. time for republicans to do the same. >> dana: you thoughts on cherry coke? >> greg: i like but a little too sweet. >> dana: the conservatives don't need the new coke, they need different coke. >> greg: bob's coke. >> dana: as soon as i said that -- >> greg: sorry. wouldn't resist -- i couldn't resist it. >> andrea: in a g-rated fashion. republicans are dealing with tab, maybe. i used to like it. you can't get it anywhere. it's symbolic. i agree on the message and the me generaller is point. i do think that the republicans have a big challenge, whoever the messenger is because of the paradigm of me densy politics. i don't care, race, gender, ethnicity. free stuff is seductive. there were probably great messengers politically in greece. they were all about achievement before the country went down. they achiefed a lot and invented a lot. the more seductively the politicians promise things it's tough to resist. even hardworking people the
the american people what is going on. it's just shocking. >> sean: yellow journalism? to play obama in his words is jello journalism? >> well with, the background music, i was here. everything the president said is true. and for to you try to make the american people think that it isn't is deceptive on your part. it's a breech of everything -- any journalist ethic i've heard of is just violated by you. the president was truthful and honest and dead on accurate z for you to say the president is to blame here is ridiculous. i was there august, 2011 when the republican, your party which shamelessly -- i'm not a republican. >> you're nothing but a republican. >> sean: you're wrong. sir, sir. i'm a registered sir? i'm a -- i am not a registered republican i'm a registered conservative. >> you're for the republican party. >> sean: sir? sir? >> 100% of the time. >> sean: keep going. >> good. let me say this. what the president said is true. the president, people watching this show should ignore all of the comment teary you put in and all of the hyped music you put on and should pay attention to w
't just cut our way to prosperity. >> how will history evaluate president barack obama? over the next few days that question could well be answered. as chaos in the federal government grows even more intense. senator marco rubio, karl rove and bill o'reilly will analyze. >> now, you know, come on, guys, at some point you have got to be able to call b.s. on those kind of press releases. >> the conservative republican group cpac says no to new jersey governor chris christie. he has not been invited to their conference. charles krauthammer will tell us why. >> vifs also got worse the more he spokes we watched him back over a cone. >> now that marijuana is legal in colorado and washington state. how about the authorities handle driving while high? is it legal is investigating. caution, you where to enter the norpz from california. the factor begins right now. if hi i'm bill o'reilly, reporting tonight from los angeles. thanks for watching us. how will history evaluate president obama? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in just a few days automatic federal spending cuts
for michelle obama. and we'll get reaction from dana perino and stuart varney. first the big story this hour is the countdown to the sequester. because in two short days at the stroke of midnight march 1st, 85 billion in spending cuts will be triggered and even with the clock ticking closer and choser to the deadline. our commander-in-chief, president himself. did not try to hammer out a bipartisan solution to the mess he put the country in. instead of focusing on fixing the problem he decided to take his sequester scare tactics to the commonwealth of virginia and as usual his teleprompter was loaded with some of the name irresponsible rhetoric we're accustomed to. and the choice of words was so ridiculously similar to what we heard exactly a week ago we could not resist on the program to put together a "hannity" highlight reel of president panic in action. do not adjust your screen. this is not deja vu you're seeing, not seeing double. sadly, this is the quote, leadership in the the age of obama. >> in a few days congress might allow a series of immediate, painful, arbitrary budget cuts to
, what obama is predicting some day is going to happen if his policies are not he reversed. >> we're doomed! >> well, congress and the president trade blame and even do some nasty finger pointing. our national debt is soaring, quickly approaching 17 trillion dollars. almost 1.2 trillion was added in just 2012. that means the federal government borrows an astounding rate of 37,829 dollars a second. every second. and that's astounding isn't it? >> it's astounding. >> so on the house side speaker boehner says that the senate should in his words get off its ass, this is cable so i can say that. i hope your father's not watching. >> well, he probably is. but he's absolutely right. senate is where there needs to be action taken. the house has not once, but twice moved legislation that would replace the sequester with more responsible spending cuts and get away from the a disproportionate impact this has on our military budget, but so far nothing's happened in the senate. now, i think this week we may actually have a debate sometime on thursday. >> a little late. >> a little late in the
statement from the group that's led by president obama's former campaign manager jim messina. organizing for action is denying it's granting presidential meetings to the highest bidder. and the new york times had an article, you can get four meetings a year, quarterly meetings with the president for low low price of $500,000 to the group that's charged with pushing forward his agenda. organizing for action. a spokeswoman for the group reportedly saying, quote, supporters have shown interest in taking a -- in taking part because they believe in the president's agenda. no one has been promised access to the president. chris stirewalt is our fox news digital politics editor and host of power play on foxnews.com live. so the new york times is just completely wrong. no one's actually saying-- no one is denying the true substance of the report? i mean, eastern, carney, jay carney the other day said, no, we're-- they don't allow money to be exchanged for access to the president? but the president routinely meets with those who support his agenda, and i mean, what is the take away here? >> well,
being done to stop it? >> kimberly: example number two. the obama administration. >> it will have a negative impact on the safety of american across the great country. >> 5,000 border patrol agents. less overtime and ability to hire port officer, the same at the tsa. longer lines there. >> 70,000 children would lose access to head start slots. 14,000 teaches who teach those children would lose those jo jobs. >> kimberly: erroneous. you have a different take on. this they have us think it's doom and gloom and no more bay corp. in the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches. >> eric: you will come get this here because we are the only ones who will tell you the truth. the sequest tration -- remember how we got here. the debt ceiling debate turned in the simpson-bowles commission which turned in the super committee, the grand bargain. they all failed. the pounding was going to be sequestration. what was the big penalty? it's not so big after all. take the chart please, show you what it is. spending is still going to increase. here is spending. the green area is spending. it continues to
hammered president obama for waiting until friday, deadline day on the sequester to schedule the first meeting at the white house this year. the president may not like the fact but he wasn't elected to work with the congress he wants. he was elected to work with the congress he has. >> the white house officials note the president put deficit plan on the table to speaker boehner in december and are waiting for republicans to acknowledge there has to be new tax revenue in addition to spending cuts. >> hopefully soon. republicans will unction the need to compromise here. and compromise has balance at the essence. >> republicans are skeptical of the president's definition of compromise. especially after his event yesterday. >> i'm not interested in spin. i'm not interested in playing a blame game. >> the president did blame the republicans, suggesting compromise involves them caving on taxes. >> there are too many republicans in congress right now who refuse to compromise especially an inch when it comes to closing tax loopholes and special interest tack breaks. >> republicans counter the
. president obama says hagel is the right man for the job. >> the time right now 14 after the hour. still to come our live coverage pope benedict xvi final public appearance continues. >> so they didn't actually come to republicans are outraged he left for a campaign style speech on seek station with days left to try to stop the cut. peter doocy is live with an update for us on that. >> good morning patti ann. senior administration officials are telling us since sequestration cuts will be let out it won't be held until late march or early april. they believe juanes that happens republicans will wind up kaying and giving the president the higher tax rates he wants just like they did during the fiscal cliff debate. this came hours after president obama took his message to new port news, virginia and a nuclear attack submarine plant. >> the impact won't be felt overnight. it will be real. the seek quest tore will weaken america's economic recovery. it will weaken our military readiness and weaken the basic services the american people depend on every sij day. >> republicans are already respo
. tsa will not be funded. things like that. i think what we're seeing is the blame game. president obama has proved himself being very good at that. i think we're seeing it now again. he is very good at laying blame on the republicans for these things. jon: we're looking to cut two or three cents out of every federal dollar in spending, is that right? >> it is less, 10% or less, for across the government. which, you know, i can speak for, you know, just for myself. americans families over last several years have been cutting that sort of stuff from their budget. jon: for instance in, my world, if i were looking to cut some money, i could, you know, shave my cable tv bill. i could, maybe stop eating out at restaurants. or could i give away the family dog and tell me kids they can't go to college. and, it appears what the federal government is doing, is taking the most severe, sort of draconian measures, possible, under this system. >> to take this at face value, would be, would be to make the argument that the federal government, in, the monstrosity that is the federal government, does no
, about the spandex, i had some of frightened, didn't i? and president obama is going to solve this mess by announcing he is holding the first face-to-face meeting with democratic and republican leaders on friday. there are two problems. one, it's friday by which of this time has kicked in and it's silly. up until now all he has been doing is kicking the other side's teeth in. time to get something done now because we have the plans to stop all of this nonsense right now. we have the guy espousing it and congressman tom price, part of my avenger's collection along with marco rubio. it would rescind money and it's just gathering dust. $45 billion of that dust. that is a lot of dust and more than half the cuts that everybody is screaming that will take effect in days. >> i'm going to stop pointing you, this is just good. >> we are cooking up even more savings. senator tom coburn and he says it's time to cut out on grill sergeants on the pentagon channel. i didn't even know the pentagon had a channel. beef jerky from france is so the chopping blocks and how best for democracy. but leave you
. he assured us he will learn on the job. that doesn't inspire confidence in me president obama gets his man to lead the. >> he was from the beginning. treasury pick jack lew. >> that's right. jack lew was voted out of the senate finance committee. the vote was 19 to 5 there wasn't much of a sales pitch for him. it wasn't needed. there was one vocal critic. >> what we have seen so far is that mr. lu lu was good at getting paid. citigroup received a taxpayer funded bailout and gave mr. lew a piece of it on his way out the door. >> senate majority leader harry reid is hopeful there will be an agreement on the entire senate on the lew nomination tomorrow. >> bill: negotiators for the united states and other major world powers today offered iran a deal on its nuclear program. officials from six nations said they would ease some economic restrictions on iran if iran agrees to stop enriching uranium at an underground nuclear plant. of course, iran has repeatedly refused to do just that. and few people seem to believe this new round of talks is going to lead to any major break through. neve
and president obama out on the campaign trail again warning americans of its potential effects. >> what the sequester does, it uses a meat-cleaver approach to gut critical investments in things like education and national security and lifesaving medical research. and the impact of this policy won't be felt overnight but it will be real. the sequester will weaken america's economic recovery. >>steve: while the president continues to push tax and spend as a remedy for america's economy, there is a renaissance of growth going on in low-tax, high-income states, so says stu varney live here in the studio with us. >> good morning. there are certain parts of this country -- i'm going to call them corridors -- of real prosperity because they are pursuing policies on tax regulation and energy which create growth and businesses are moving to them. first corridor, i'm going to call that the gulf corridor. that's the states immediately surrounding the gulf of mexico. >>gretchen: what are they doing right? >> they have low tax. they have smart regulation. and they're exploiting the energy in those s
president obama for, quote, a kind of madness i have never seen in a long time. who is that? we'll tell you in a moment. bill: a hockey coach with seriously unsportsmanlike conduct. this guy trip ad player after a game. the kid is like 12. he will have some time to sit around and think about that. martha: oh. in hockey, i'm shocked. i can't believe that. how about this, paralyzed by a monster storm. snowdrifts four feet high, prompting strong warnings for drivers to stay off the road. look at that airplane. that is not going anywhere fast. >> it is really bad out there. >> kind of wet. you have to keep the wipers going and watch out for the trucks. >> it is packing snow. so it's like, yeah, it's not very pleasant. this is the opposite of subliminal advertising... there's no subtext... just tacos. yeah, it's our job to make you want it. but honestly... it's not that hard. old el paso. when you gotta have mexican. is moving backward. [ engine turns over, tires squeal ] and you'll find advanced safety technology like an available heads-up display on the 2013 lexus gs. there's no going back. ho
. sherrod is he emblematic of the entitlement culture and should obama be impeached? >> yes and no. this dude, lord have mercy, he is so lazy. >> how lazy is he? >> thank you. he doesn't even have the power to do it the old-fashioned way and kill your parents and take the house. >> terrible. >> just get in there and turn on some gas. >> you are such a bad person. you are a terrible man. >> parents had brown stones and they would wait and be like, i can't wait. all of this would be mine. >> is that your dream? >> you are right. in that sense there are so many -- everybody is living longer. so it used to be your parents would die and hand this thing over, but your parents are not dyeing and he goes i just want a domino's franchise. can you kick it please? i am suing you because you are not dying. >> in this dude's case i no longer think he is in the will. >> i think he blew it on that one. >> the second part of the story is about how it is impossible to love all kids equally. is this why you have no children? >> i just couldn't decide. i couldn't know which would plot to kill me the
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